The Vikings met their match in the state championship, never finding a groove on offense and failing to stop Georgia recruit D’Andre Swift.
They key to the comeback was their previously dormant power play, which scored on three consecutive tries in the final two periods.
Thoughts and takeaways from the Panthers’ win Saturday
“It’s not about profiting. It’s about putting together a winning team.”
Pirates teammates sure seemed please to see McCutchen at PirateFest on Saturday.
Led by a strong running game, the Tigers came on strong in the second half to win their first state championship.
Mike Young had a game-high 29 points, nine of which came in the final 4:16, to help Pitt hold off Penn State, 81-73.
James Conner will bypass his final season of eligibility to enter the professional ranks, with his last game as a Panther later this month.
Duquesne eked out a win against Central Connecticut State 70-67 on Saturday at the A.J. Palumbo Center.
TAMPA – The Penguins have scored 24 goals in their past four games.
The Ironmen are state champs, and how else could they have done so but in dominant, mercy-ruling fashion?
McCutchen said he and Huntington had “a really good conversation” earlier this week.
Lincoln Park’s Nelly Cummings and Penn Hills senior guard Sherron Schifino got into an opening night scoring spree on Friday.
Number one ranked North Allegheny girls opened with a big win against Class 6A No. 5 Penn Hills.
Tampa Bay enters tonight’s game against the Penguins with a lackluster 14-12-2 record.
How well GM Neal Huntington smooths over feelings with his star center fielder after trade talks fizzle could be key to season.
Athletic directors from both schools — Pitt’s Scott Barnes and PSU’s Sandy Barbour — are open to and hopeful for an extended series.
The Penguins have earned 12 of a possible 16 points though they are 1 for 30 on the power play in the past eight games.
Veteran outside linebacker is still going strong at the right at the ripe old age of 38 with five sacks in his past five games.
Summaries from Friday, Dec. 9, 2016
The Pitt offensive lineman wins the award dedication to “best big man” play for his rumble against Georgia Tech.
Thanksgiving is over and the temperatures are dropping, which means it’s officially the holiday season. And with that comes bowl season.
The Bears couldn’t get anything going offensively and were blanked on the scoreboard for the first time since 2003.
Ladd Biro helps you pick your roster for the first week of the playoffs.
Steelers guard Ramon Foster did not practice Friday for a third consecutive day due a chest injury.
The Commonwealth Court ruled that the names of those hunting, or allowing their property to be used in Mt. Lebanon, are protected.
Pitt loses four of its six leading scorers after this season.
Penguins coach Mike Sullivan has the attention of USA Hockey.
The Steelers defense has to prepare for Bills running quarterback Tyrod Taylor.
The report shows proof of Russia’s systematic doping from 2011-15, implicating layers of government employees and more than 1,000 athletes.
SUNRISE, Fla. – Conventional hockey wisdom holds that teams often struggle during their first game at home after a long trip.
2016 WPIAL All-Section teams
Urban Redevelopment Authority approves another round of environmental testing for part of the Hill District site.
The water was cold and the walleye bite was smoking throughout the Three Rivers area. A tip: live bait drifted slowly past structure.
Rust Belt neighbors meet infrequently since the NFL and AFL merged in 1970, but some games live on in the lore of both teams.
Opponents are scoring touchdowns on just 42.5 percent of their trips inside the 20, and the Steelers’ mark is even better on the road.
Buffalo did the Steelers a favor by upsetting the New York Jets last year; now a Bills win Sunday would help the Baltimore Ravens.
Class 6A heavyweights square off for PIAA championship Saturday.
Led by DeWayne Murray, Paris Ford and a suffocating defense, the Ironmen face their toughest test yet in 7-time champ Southern Columbia.
Wrestling committee decided to hold the section and WPIAL individual tournaments on the same weekend this season.
Players have gone on to big things in college and the NFL.
Mustangs were rolling along until a 6-4 loss on home ice Monday serves as a wake-up call.
The Tigers are playing in December for the first time, but face a formidable foe in Middletown in the PIAA championship.
It all comes down to one final game for these teams vying for the ultimate Hershey’s Kiss.
Longtime men’s basketball coach Bob Rager is no longer in the picture, but circumstances remain unclear.
Kason Harrell hits clutch 3-pointer in overtime in stunning defeat of nationally ranked Indiana.
Quarterback Ryan Harper gets the ball into the right people’s hands, and set a school record along the way.
Clairton has an explosive offense, but Bishop Guilfoyle has shut down its opponents.
There are plenty of storylines as the campaign begins tonight.
Penn Hills’ Stephanie Sipple and a group of swimmers are chosen by Allegheny Mountain Swimming based on points earned.